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Build a Bouquet Close to my Heart Pop Up Card by Pam Hornschu


From Stampendous:
DCP1001 Die Cut Pop Ups
DCS5074 Build-a-Bouquet Die Set
CRP5074 Build-a-Bouquet Cling Stamps
NKCRS05 NK Studio Kaffee Klatsch
SSC1220 Perfectly Clear Sisters
CP750 Creative Palette Circles
EP100 White Embossing Powder
MPW11 Mixed White Paper
VM001 Versamark from Tsukineko®
STF082 Onyx VersaFine by Tsukineko®
SSH57 Jumbo Perfectly Clear™ Acrylic Handle
SSH34 Medium Perfectly Clear™ Acrylic Handle
MEM01 Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®

Electric Yellow, Blue, and Green Radiant Neon Reinkers from Tsukineko
Bamboo Leaves and Elderberry Memento from Tsukineko®
Vertigo sheets from Tsukineko®
Lavender-gray cardstock from Core’dinations®
Polka dot paper from Authentique® Latest and Greatest 6 X 6
Copic® Sketch Markers
Chevron Lime ribbon from May Arts®
Zip Dry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives


  1. Top fold 6” X 12” panel of cardstock to create 6” square card.
  2. Cut two pieces of polka dot cardstock to 4 ½” X 5 ½”. Use one of the edge dies from the Pop Up kit to cut decorative edge on one narrow edge of each panel. Cut thin pieces of white cardstock for extra decorative edges underneath.
  3. Place Pop Up Die with its base at the bottom of one narrow straight edge of panel, and die cut. Push out and crease each pop up portion before adhering panel to top of card stand on inside with decorative edge at top. Adhere other panel at bottom of inside, with decorative edge at bottom.
  4. Stamp and emboss in white circle design from Kaffee Klatsch on lavender-gray cardstock, cut out, fold in half, and adhere to card at fold.
  5. Place drops of re-inkers over Creative Palette, with blue and purple over two-thirds of one end, and yellow and green at the other third, and spritz with water to move color. Press 5 ½” X 8 ½” white cardstock panel over the surface to transfer the color. Set aside to dry.
  6. When dry, use the dots stamp from the Creative Palette to stamp pattern over the panel in Elderberry ink on the blue side, and Bamboo Leaves on the green side.
  7. Stamp in black ink four hydrangeas on the blue side, and five leaves on the green side. Cut each out with their respective dies.
  8. Adhere leaves to edges of flowers, leaving one extra leaf. Adhere three flower bunches on bottom three pop ups on the card, leaving the large one at the bottom free.
  9. Die cut a two white frames and two lavender gray ones. Stamp sentiments as desired and adhere to matted frames. Adhere one to top pop up along with a ribbon bow, and one to bottom of card laying flat.
  10. Stamp canning jar with Black StazOn ink on Vertigo sheet. Die cut. (You’ll need to make a few passes on one side, then flip and make a couple more passes to cut all the way through.)
  11. Color jar with Copics as desired. Die cut jar from white cardstock. Trim approximately 1/16” off the edges, and adhere behind. Adhere completed jar to large pop up. Make sure everything will fold and close as desired.
  12. Use the decorative edge dies to create a panel for the front of the card. Stamp sentiment and adhere, along with extra flower and leaves, over a strip of dotted paper and a ribbon tie and bow.

Hydrangea Garden Birdhouse by Suzanne Czosek


From Stampendous:
Cling Hydrangea Garden
Cling Lovely Garden
Regal Bird Quotes Stamps
Ochre Color FragmentButterfly House by Suzanne Czosek

Hydrangea Die Cuts
Lovely Garden Die Cut

Wood Birdhouse
DecoArt American Paints – Pink
STAEDTLER Karat Aquarell Watercolor Pencils
White cardstock
Black Ink


  1. Cut white cardstock to fit body of birdhouse.
  2. Stamp Hydrangea using black ink repeatedly across strip of white cardstock.
  3. Color Hydrangea with watercolor pencils and waterbrush.
  4. Paint white cardstock using paints. After dry stamp butterfly using black ink. Die cut using die cuts.
  5. Stamp sentiment on white cardstock. Folder over and cut into banner shape.
  6. Apply glue to roof.  Cover in Color Fragments.
  7. Attach flowers panel.
  8. Apply glue to rim on the opening and around the bottom. Apply Color Fragments.
  9. Add color fragments to center of butterflies. Attach to house.
  10. Attach banner to top of the house with pin.

Hydrangea Garden Birthday by Janelle Stollfus

CRS5067_DCS5067_SSC1199_ JS_800Supplies:

From Stampendous:
CRS5067  Cling Hydrangea Garden Stamp Set
DCS5067 Hydrangea Garden Die Cut Set
SSC1199 Loving Messages Perfectly Clear Set
STF082 VersaFine Onyx Black Ink Pad
SSH57 Jumbo Acrylic Handle

Acrylic Paints (Sapphire, Purple Cow, Dragon Fruit, Hansa Yellow, Margarita, Plantation Pine) by DecoArt
White Cardstock
Blue Cardstock by Bazzill
Green Cardstock by Bazzill
Paint Brush
Mixing palette
3 in 1 Glue by Beacon Adhesives
Foam Adhesive Dots by Scrapbook Adhesives


  1. Using the Hydrangea Garden Stamp set, stamp two hydrangea heads and two single blooms with Black waterproof ink. Stamp leave sprig twice in the same way.
  2. Color one each in blue and purple with thinned acrylic paint and water. Do the same for the remaining in pink and purple. Paint leaves in greens.
  3. Cut out all pieces with coordinating Hydrangea Garden Die Cut Set.
  4. Fold 4 ¼” x 8” green cardstock in gate fold with a score at 2 1/8” and 6 3/8” and glue down on 5 ½” square blue cardstock.
  5. Glue blue hydrangea on left gate flap with single bloom adhered with a foam adhesive dot. Open left flap and glue pink hydrangea on right flap that is still folded. Close the left flap and adhere single pink bloom at the top of the right flap with a foam adhesive dot. The bloom should overlap a free edge onto the blue hydrangea to hold the flap closed.
  6. Stamp a sentiment from Loving Messages on white paper and trim down into pennant. Adhere with a foam adhesive dot.

Hydrangea Garden by Jamie Martin

Supplies: CRS5067_DCS5067_CP811_JM

From Stampendous:
CRS5067 Cling Hydrangea Garden Set
DCS5067 Hydrangea Die Cut Set
CP811 Creative Palette

Acrylic paints, gesso
Decorative paper
Beacon 3 in 1 Glue, foam squares from Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L


1.  Color paper using the Creative Palette and let dry.
2.  Stamp Hydrangea on painted paper with black archival ink and cut out using the dies.
3.  Paint a can with gesso and pale pink paint, let dry.
4.  Wrap the center of the can with decorative paper and wired burlap ribbon.
5. Mount Hydrangea and leaves.

Hydrangea Garden by Wendy Price


by Wendy PriceFrom Stampendous:
DCS5067 Hydrangea
Garden Die Set
CRS5067 Cling Hydrangea Garden Set
SSC1200 Discover Today
CP811 Creative Palette
Purple Color Fragments
Purple Glass Glitter
Purple Micro Glitter
Stamps Regal Bird
Stamps Royal Heart

Memento™ Ink by Tsukineko®
Ranger® Distress Ink
May Arts® ribbon
Washi tape
Clear Scraps® Mascil
Acrylic paints
Quick Quotes Powder Puff Inks


  1. Using Creative Palette, acrylic paints, stencils and stamps create background papers.
  2. Allow to dry.
  3. Add additional stamping and stenciling to pages.
  4. Embellish with stamped sentiments and washi tape.
  5. Stamp hydrangea, color and die cut.
  6. Create album cover by folding sheet of 7×12 cardstock in half. Punch holes in spine.
  7. Assemble Creative Palette pages, fold in half and punch holes to align with cover. Bind with ribbon.
  8. Decorate cover of album with diecut hydrangea, glass glitter, color fragments, and ribbon.